- Candlestick PatternsCandlestick chart patterns are able to highlight trend weakness and reversal signals that may not be apparent on a normal bar chart.
- Strongest Candlestick PatternsJapanese Candlestick Chart Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest.
- Candlestick ReversalsLibrary of Japanese Candlestick Reversal Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest, in two columns: Bullish & Bearish Patterns. Reversals are candlestick patterns that tend to resolve in the opposite direction to the prevailing trend.
- Candlestick ContinuationsLibrary of Japanese Candlestick Continuation Patterns, displayed from strongest to weakest, in two columns: Bullish & Bearish Patterns. Continuation Patterns are candlestick patterns that tend to resolve in the same direction as the prevailing trend.
- Candlestick ConsolidationsConsolidation Patterns are typically weak candlestick patterns that have close to an even chance of resolving in either direction.
- Bar/OHLC ChartsHow to identify trends, control, commitment, uncertainty, inside and outside days.
- GapsGaps are often found at breakouts or during a strong trend.
- Wide Ranging DaysA powerful signal, especially after big volume changes or a strong trend.
- SpikesA spike is identified by a high sharply above the days on either side, a close near the day's low, and a strong preceding trend.
- Volume Spikes/DipsThere are two times where daily volume will highlight unusual trading activity: a spike above the normal range or a dip below normal activity levels.
Active or Reactive?
Many investors follow active strategies but end up being reactive, rotating in and out of stocks at the wrong time.
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